Michael Hogben and Westenhanger Auctioneers are delighted to announce an exhibition of Vic Reeves' artwork including a selection of new creations in both paint and pottery mediums. Vic has been enjoying a recent spurt of inspiration, which along with his heavy schedule of television and radio work, has resulted in some of his finest, and occasionally most avant garde work.

The Auction House, based at Westenhanger Station, next to Folkestone Racecourse near Hythe in Kent will be open for viewing and reserved purchases from 7th November 2016 to 13th November 2016 inclusive. All items not sold will be offered in our subsequent sale by Auction on Sunday November 13th 2016

Comment from the show

A great evening...a real treat for me. It's a privilege to talk to an artist that really covets his own work ...it's a personal thing Jim does. We are lucky to share the ideas of an extraordinary talent. A rare mind in a world of sameness.


While most people know Vic best for his hit TV shows, like Shooting Stars, he is well-respected in the art world, with his works selling for four-figure sums. His artworks are big draws at art fairs and exhibitions. 

Previous exhibitions include the Royal Academy summer exhibition, Saatchi Gallery London, Eyestorm Galley London, Mews of Mayfair London, the Tunbridge Wells Museum and Art Gallery, and Heathrow Terminal 5.

Vic studied art at Sir John Cass College in Whitechapel, London, in the mid 1980s, and it was setting up a performance art piece, called Vic Reeves' Big Night Out, at a local pub that led to a chance meeting with fellow comedian Bob Mortimer, who soon became part of the act. The pair was then snapped up by the BBC and fast became household names.

However, Vic has always considered himself an artist before anything else, and has painted every day for many years. At the VIP preview , Vic Said 'I don't like to not be busy. People in TV and filming aren't really that busy. I write for maybe four hours a day and then that allows me to spend plenty of time painting.'

He adds: 'It's always terrible to let go of them, but that's the nature of it. I've started doing more landscapes recently. I'm still learning all the time, but I thought people would probably rather have landscapes on the wall than some of the huge portraits I had been doing that some people found rather sinister.'

Exhibition information and  requests:please call Michael Hogben ,Vic Reeves Art agent 

thehogbens@btinternet.com  OR call 0777 999 5117

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